Biracial Identity: Yes I’m Biracial, But I Embrace Being African-American

Biracial Identity: Yes I’m Biracial, But I Embrace Being African-American Many of you wrote to us inquiring about the following article: Interracial/Intercultural Marriage-African-American Woman And Indian Man.  In particular, you asked about Francesca and her racial identity.  After reading the bonus section, you noticed that she solely identified as an African-American woman when she is …

IVF Vs. Adoption, Why We Chose Adoption: A Multiracial Family’s Journey To Transracial Adoption

IVF Vs. Adoption, Why We Chose Adoption: A Multiracial Family’s Journey To Transracial Adoption Tell Us About Your Family Hi, I’m Alexis.  I’m a stay at home mom who works harder than she ever did in the private sector but, that’s just parenthood, right?!?!  I’m married to a great man who also happens to be …

3 TOP RATED MULTIRACIAL PARENTING BOOKS

MULTIRACIAL PARENTING BOOKS As an African-American and South Asian-American family one of the challenges we hear from other multiracial and multicultural families is how do you find the right cultural balance for your child?  We live in a world that is very race and culturally conscious but not competent.  As a whole our society/ world is not enlightened and seems …

BIRACIAL PARENTING-WHERE ARE THE KIDS THAT LOOK LIKE ME?

BIRACIAL PARENTING-WHERE ARE THE KIDS THAT LOOK LIKE ME? “I want to go play with my sister!” I looked at my biracial daughter with confusion because she does not have a sister.  She pointed at a little Caucasian girl she had began to play with, in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) waiting area, that had a fondness for my little …